Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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Superpower relations and the Cold War: 1.2 The development of the Cold War

Superpower relations and the Cold War: 1.2 The development of the Cold War

Extensive student led resources that covers Chapter 1.2 of the Edexcel GCSE curriculum on Superpower Relations. This will be suitable for a high-ability year 8 or 9 class. Textbook is NOT necessary, but the lessons are planned to cover the content in the Edexcel curriculum. Covers the impact of Truman Doctrine and Marshall Plan along with the Soviet response in the form of Cominform and Comecon. Also analyses the Berlin Crisis. Detailed worksheet that show how to approach the narrative question (Q2).
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UK Government: The constitution

UK Government: The constitution

The Knowledge House bring you an incredibly detailed set of resources for the topic on the UK Constitution. Our unique resources ensure that the students do all of the work. Our resources are planned in great detail, using content from the Pearson and Hodder textbooks. Each resource links to an element of the specification and is carefully differentiated to allow students to answer progressively more challenging questions. Getting the first task complete on each resource ensures that all students have a basic understanding of the topic and have been introduced to all keywords. Extra tasks on the resource sheet can be completed as homework. Alternatively, the resource sheets can be handed out in advance and students can complete the work in advance of the lesson, ensuring you have all of the content completed on time. Our resources also require no textbook, as all the content from the endorsed textbooks have been included in our resources. There is also an exam guide included to ensure that students understand how to approach each question on the Component 2 exam and what they key assessment objectives are. Please don’t hesitate to email us on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, comments or questions. Thank you and please leave a review if you enjoyed our resources!
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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Crime and punishment through time - 4.1 Crime and definitions of crime, c1900-present

Crime and punishment through time - 4.1 Crime and definitions of crime, c1900-present

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4.1: Crime and definitions of crime, c1900-present* All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 4.2 Law enforcement, c1900-present

Crime and punishment through time - 4.2 Law enforcement, c1900-present

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4.2 Law enforcement, c1900-present * All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 4.3 Changes in punishment, c1900-present

Crime and punishment through time - 4.3 Changes in punishment, c1900-present

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4.3: Changes in punishment, c1900-present All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 4.5 Case study: The Derek Bentley case and capital punishment

Crime and punishment through time - 4.5 Case study: The Derek Bentley case and capital punishment

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4.5: Case study: The Derek Bentley case and capital punishment All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 4.4 Conscientious objectors in the First and Second World Wars

Crime and punishment through time - 4.4 Conscientious objectors in the First and Second World Wars

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4.4: Case study: Conscientious objectors in the First and Second World Wars All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 4 c1900-present: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in recent times

Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 4 c1900-present: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in recent times

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 4: c1900-present: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in recent times* All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February - March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 3 c1700-c1900: Crime punishment and law enforcement in the 18th and 19th centuries

Crime and punishment through time - Chapter 3 c1700-c1900: Crime punishment and law enforcement in the 18th and 19th centuries

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter : Crime punishment and law enforcement in the 18th and 19th centuries. All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February - March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 3.5 Case study: The reforms of Robert Peel

Crime and punishment through time - 3.5 Case study: The reforms of Robert Peel

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 3.5: Case study: The reforms of Robert Peel All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 3.4 Case study: The separate system at Pentonville Prison

Crime and punishment through time - 3.4 Case study: The separate system at Pentonville Prison

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 3.4: Case study: The separate system at Pentonville Prison All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 3.3 Law enforcement, c1700-c1900

Crime and punishment through time - 3.3 Law enforcement, c1700-c1900

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 3.3: Law enforcement - c1700-c1900 All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 3.2 Changing attitudes to punishment

Crime and punishment through time - 3.2 Changing attitudes to punishment

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 3.2: Changing attitudes to punishment, c1700-c1900. All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 3.1 Changing definitions of crime, c1700-c1900

Crime and punishment through time - 3.1 Changing definitions of crime, c1700-c1900

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 3.1: Changing definitions of crime, c1700-c1900. All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Each sheet is glued into the book to create an amazing set of notes with printed headings that students will have for revision purposes. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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Crime and punishment through time - 1.1 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England

Crime and punishment through time - 1.1 Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England

Education experts The Knowledge House provide outstanding resources to outstanding teachers to make sure you have the time to concentrate on teaching. Created by expert history teachers, we look to reduce the workload in your busy schedule by creating ready-to-use resources. Each of our lessons are carefully planned to meet the exacting standards of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 specification using the Hodder and Pearson textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for the completion of these tasks. Our lessons follow a unique format. Each lesson is linked to a sub-chapter of the Edexcel Pearson textbook. This lesson links to Chapter 1.1: Crime, punishment and law enforcement in Anglo-Saxon England All sheets to be printed out at the beginning of the lesson. Each student then works the way through the sheets at their own pace. Each worksheet comes with extension tasks to stretch the MABLE. Unfinished tasks can be completed for HW and feedback. Exam questions can be completed for homework. It is recommended that no longer than two singles or one double lesson is sent on each sub-chapter. This allows the incredible amount of content to be completed quite comfortably through year 10 and 11. The four topics for GCSE history requires approximately 60 sub-chapters to be covered (Paper 1= 23; Paper 2 (A) = 9; Paper 2(B) = 12; Paper 3 = 16). This breaks down into 60 double lessons. For a school that has three 100 minute doubles in a two-week cycle, this allows for the course to be covered in by February-March, while still allowing for lessons to go through exam practice and missed lessons for a variety of reasons. This system has been tested by our history expert in a mixed ability class, with the course finished by February half-term. Please email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, questions or comments. We would be happy to arrange a call to discuss how you can use these resources to allow you to do what you love… TEACH!!
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UK Government: Parliament - The House of Commons and the House of Lords

UK Government: Parliament - The House of Commons and the House of Lords

The Knowledge House bring you an incredibly detailed set of resources for the topic on Parliament in the UK. This lesson looks at the structure and powers of the House of Commons and House of Lords. Our unique resources ensure that the students do all of the work. Our resources are planned in great detail, using content from the Pearson and Hodder textbooks. Each resource links to an element of the specification and is carefully differentiated to allow students to answer progressively more challenging questions. Getting the first task complete on each resource ensures that all students have a basic understanding of the topic and have been introduced to all keywords. Extra tasks on the resource sheet can be completed as homework. Alternatively, the resource sheets can be handed out in advance and students can complete the work in advance of the lesson, ensuring you have all of the content completed on time. Our resources also require no textbook, as all the content from the endorsed textbooks have been included in our resources. Please don’t hesitate to email us on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, comments or questions. Thank you and please leave a review if you enjoyed our resources!
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UK Government: Parliament, Background of Parliament and the legislation process

UK Government: Parliament, Background of Parliament and the legislation process

The Knowledge House bring you an incredibly detailed set of resources for the topic on Parliament in the UK. This first lesson looks at the background of Parliament and the legislative process. Our unique resources ensure that the students do all of the work. Our resources are planned in great detail, using content from the Pearson and Hodder textbooks. Each resource links to an element of the specification and is carefully differentiated to allow students to answer progressively more challenging questions. Getting the first task complete on each resource ensures that all students have a basic understanding of the topic and have been introduced to all keywords. Extra tasks on the resource sheet can be completed as homework. Alternatively, the resource sheets can be handed out in advance and students can complete the work in advance of the lesson, ensuring you have all of the content completed on time. Our resources also require no textbook, as all the content from the endorsed textbooks have been included in our resources. Please don’t hesitate to email us on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any queries, comments or questions. Thank you and please leave a review if you enjoyed our resources!
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.2 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.4 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. Edexcel textbook necessary for some of the activities.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 3.2 The police state

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 3.2 The police state

Either new Edexcel or Hodder textbook necessary for some activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 3.2 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook, looking at the use of the police state in Nazi Germany. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students.
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Superpower relations and the Cold War: 3.3 The collapse of Soviet control in Eastern Europe.

Superpower relations and the Cold War: 3.3 The collapse of Soviet control in Eastern Europe.

Detailed lesson that links to the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 curriculum. Lessons are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new curriculum. This lesson looks at the appointment of Gorbachev and the reasons for why he wanted to reform the Soviet Union. It then goes on to examine the events that led to the loss of Soviet control in Eastern Europe, the end of the Warsaw Pact and the fall of Gorbachev. There is exam practice and excellent student activities to complete.
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